But throughout the entire trailer, the scoreboard shows China and the US as the belligerents. I suppose it could be because of the version of the game, but I feel like EA wouldn't do that for risk of being sued for false advertising (those lawyers love their details)
Nobody here wants to subscribe because nobody here wants to see your content.
My favorite is the Titan; I'm always the first one into the fight.
Actually, it's the A-10 Thunderbolt.
There'd be no point in letting him die unless you could mess it up somehow, like accidently blow him up. And that would suck. I'd rage quit right then and there, thinking, "This game just let me blow up my best bud!"
How about covering more on the derelict ships in the rings of saturn?
Even more destruction in maps. I mean being able to knock over towers, turn construction sites to absolute rubble, and destroy dams and such to flood places or inflict other hazards upon those who are there. Also, dropships and gunships in default maps, and different types of ammo for guns (tracers, incendiary, etc.). Also, ship-to-ship battles. Maybe a naval and aerial warfare mode between two aircraft carriers; first to destroy the enemy carrier wins, and have a scene where the carrier sinks.
Hey kid, this is from one of your uncle's 2013 fans, written when you were only about 33 minutes old. Take note that what follows is an "as of this writing" kind of thing. He's quite a role model. He's nice, funny, and is overall entertaining and pleasant. I only know his voice, but that can be as iconic as a face or a book. At any rate, I hope you look up to your uncle. And try to get along with your uncle (That goes for him to)! Good luck out there.
I'm pretty sure they lose revenue, because ads are how YouTube and its partners make money. I'm not in the business, so I could be wrong, but I remember seeing a big fight in the comments about whether or not using AdBlock is okay, and one of the main points for the "no" side was YouTubers losing revenue.
I haven't laughed this hard at a PewDiePie video in a long time!
Sissi doesn't exist. She's a representation of David's emotions, like the Crooked Man.
People keep buying CoD anyway, so Activision doesn't care. They seem to have an "If it ain't broke..." mentality from a money perspective. All they seem to do is put a fresh coat of paint on each entry in the series, anyway.
The song is called Critical Mass.